Critical miss

March 4th, 2008 by Timo Vuorensola

Gary Gygax is dead. He was best known for creating one of the pioneering role-playing games, Dungeons & Dragons, which was best enjoyed same way as sex is – on a kitchen table. And that’s the only way I believe RPGs should be played.

Critical miss.

Good night, sweet prince.

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2 Responses to “Critical miss”

  1. Atte Joutsen says:

    The first Finnish translation of D&D expanded my young mind forever back in 1988. Since then I’ve spent innumerable hours having fun and playing through world of imagination with my good friends. Thank you, Gary.


  2. I didn’t agree with Gary on many things, but it cannot be denied that if it wasn’t for him, I, too, probably wouldn’t have spent the last two decades playing RPGs. Fare thee well, good sir.